Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 933
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by beachbum23 Very poor paint
I had to re-paint the ceilings in my entire house so I bought a few 5 gallon buckets of this stuff and wish I didn't. This requires a minimum of 2 coats but ideally 3 coats in order to properly cover a ceiling so that it appears consistent. My ceilings had 2 coats of primer on so you would think that 1 good coat of ceiling paint would be sufficient.
October 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by PaintedTaint Awful, Awful, Awful... Did I say Awful?
This is the worst paint product you can possibly buy. Michelangelo would leave roller marks with this junk. I have gone through 15 gallons of this crud and the same results EVERY TIME! That is not an exaggeration. I bought 4 different brands of rollers including top of the line Wooster Lambswool, Micro fiber and a Micro fiber blend. I tried 3/8 nap and it left streaks. Then I thought maybe a 1/2" nap would help get more paint on the ceiling and get rid of the roller marks... Same results. It looks like a 2nd grader with bad eyesight painted my celings. I have spent $240 on this paint and tomorrow I am going to Benjamin Moore to buy real paint. Not only am I out $240 but I am out DAYS of my own time and hours of unnecessary frustration. You would be better off throwing 2% milk on the ceiling than using Behr paint. To the manufacturer, you should be ashamed of yourself for bringing this product to market. I could find better quality paint at a dollar store.
September 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by theo Stay away
I'm not sure this should even be called paint, more like liquid chaulk. Coverage is terrible, leaving an uneven look when finished. It does not matter how hard you try you can not get a good result. When this bucket is finally empty i will be buying flat wall paint instead. If i could guve this 0 stars i would. That being said i had amazing results with the behr ultra semi gloss that i purchased.
July 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SusanC Behr Bright White ceiling paint adds light and freshness to any room.
I am a Realtor and many homes that we list require a cosmetic facelift, and/or overdue maintenance items that the home owner never kept up with, and even light renovations. We do some of the work ourselves, and also hire contractors and supervise the work as a service to our sellers. Painting is almost ALWAYS on the list of things to do prior to listing. We use nothing but Behr paint, and this bright white (which we prefer to the regular, and duller, color) ceiling paint is always perfect. Coverage is great, the bright white choice adds light and illumination to rooms making them look bigger and fresher, and the clients love it. Great quality paint is the only way to go. No, it's not the cheapest, but the cheap ones require more coats (more WORK!), and don't dry as evenly.
September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Drdan Great Ceiling Paint
This paint went on easy and covered in one coat. It was also very reasonably priced. I used it on my porch which I recently renovated. The ceiling and the porch had not been painted in 15 years. I had no problem covering the old paint and making it look new again. I liked it so much I painted the walls to match. Granted I was paining white over white, but the to make me happy it had to cover in one coat and it did.
September 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by CJ Do not buy
Like most have said, the coverage is awful.... Even over already white painted ceilings. Leaves roller marks even with top of the line Wooster roller covers. Now I'm trying to find something decent to use next weekend to fix the terrible ceilings.
June 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dean Covered in one coat!
Our living room had not been painted in 10 years. So the ceiling was stained from years of smoking. I used behr flat ceiling paint and it covered all but the corners with 1 coat. the corners were stained from smoke so it took a few coats.
August 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DisappointedBehrUser Terrible Ceiling Paint
I have been in the building industry for over 40 years and have done a lot of painting in my time and have used a lot of Behr paint from HD. My latest job involved the repainting of a garage ceiling which was last painted over 20 years ago and required the patching of several scratches and imperfections with drywall mud. I first painted by brush all of the spackled areas and edging, then after 3 hours, proceeded to roll the entire ceiling. Much to my chagrin, the paint failed to hide or cover these areas leaving very obvious patches. Thinking that it needed a second coat, I then proceeded, after 4 hours to re-roll the ceiling.
Again, and very disappointingly, the patches were still clearly visible.
I don't know the problem, as I have never had to roll a ceiling 3 times. Maybe a bad batch, but I will definitely not be using Behr ceiling paint again.
August 2, 2016